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Transmission issue sidelines former F1 driver Robert Kubica on final day of Rallye Deutschland

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Cobalt

August 27, 2014 10:29 PM

I am not sure what is going on, how Kubica can win some stages then be quite slow. And this is not about making mistakes, all split times were slow. One stage faster than Ogier next stage slower than Prokop.

It should have been a great day, two stage wins!!!

DafyddLarcombe

September 02, 2014 1:46 PM
Last Edited 116 days ago

Again, I don't Rate the Guy very highly at all

He got out classed by Evans and shown how to do the job

Ok you could argue that Evans was so Good on his WR Car Ashpalt Debut that he also Out classed his Multiple WRC Rally winning and Hugely experienced Team mate Mikko Hirvonnen

Malcolm thinks very Highly of Kubica, but I just don't see the Potential in all honesty. I can see way more potential in Elfyn. Personally, I would be looking very closely at Pontus Tidemand to fill Mikkos empty seat next year, not potentially Kubica (should mikko leave and Meeke is not available)

Finally no one has given Essapekka Lappi a lucky WRC Break yet, I have always seen him as a potential WRC works driver at some point

Cobalt

September 02, 2014 2:00 PM

DafyddLarcombe, how can you not see potential in a driver that won 4 stages (so far) in his debut WRC year, stages where all big guns were still there.
I don't think Kubica is aiming for a place in M-sport next year. He has his own sponsor that pays his expenses. If he could hire Vilkswagen for the next season it would be ideal. Not sure if that is an option. Back to Citroen?

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